GLOBAL FINANCIAL INTEGRITY
Official U.S. Launch (October 4, Washington DC) of
Waging War on Corruption
- Inside the movement Fighting the Abuse of Power
By Frank Vogl, published by Rowman & littlefield
A Panel Discussion on the Links between Illicit Financial Flows and Global Security
And a Panel of Experts
At the first official launch event of a brand new book by the anti-corruption activist and co-founder Transparency International and The partnership for Transparency Fund
Date: Thursday, October 4th, 2012, 10:30am – 11:45pm
Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036
RSVP: Send RSVPs to Patrick Benson at email@example.com
From the birth of pioneering anti-corruption organization Transparency International in 1993, to the Arab Spring in 2011, this is the story of people who risk their lives (and the many who support them) to combat government-business conspiracies to secure justice, accountability, transparency and integrity. It is the story of an African child denied an education because her parents cannot bribe a school teacher, and of hundreds of thousands of Egyptians who overcame their fears, encouraged by Twitter and Facebook, to demand an end to government abuse.
This is an insider’s account of the battles, the fighters, the villains and their victims. Now, as never before, from vast public rallies in India to “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrations, the fight against corruption is moving ahead. Major policy questions must still be resolved in the White House and far beyond – at stake is nothing less than our global security, the reduction of poverty, the stability of our economic and financial systems, and the cause of freedom and democracy.
Global Financial Integrity (GFI) is a Washington, DC-based research and advocacy organization which promotes transparency in the international financial system.
For additional information please visit www.gfintegrity.org.
Dear EthicsWorld readers:
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I hope you will enjoy my new book.
Best wishes, Frank
PLEASE VISIT THE PARTNERSHIP FOR TRANSPARENCY FUND...This superb organization is supporting civil society groups across the develooping world with small grants plus expert advice that are yielding outstanding anti-corruption results. PTF now needs more resources to support rising demand for its unique services -- let PTF know if you have suggestions/contacts to enable PTF to meet the needs of vital organizations that are promoting good governance.